Google acquired CloudSimple, a San Francisco, California, CA-based VMware workload company.
The amount of the deal was not disclosed.
With the acquisition, the team of CloudSimple will join Google Cloud and will enable the search engine company to enhance its integrated VMware migration solution with improved support for customers.
Founded in 2016 and led by CEO Guru Pangal, CloudSimple provides dedicated, private cloud infrastructure for the VMware vSphere platform, delivered on all-flash hyperconverged infrastructure in public cloud locations. It delivers the infrastructure and all the necessary networking and management services, which frees up teams to focus on application consumption and policy enforcement.
The company’s micro-services based engineered platform can scale across public clouds in multiple regions and transform bare-metal resources in public cloud data centers into “as-a-service” private clouds which can be fast-provisioned in an automated fashion.
These private clouds are managed through a single portal, enabling customers to access all the public cloud services while accessing scalable monitoring, alerting, fault tolerance and 24×7 global support of their private clouds.